Every week, we’re asking a handful of Giants players what’s playing in their headphones. This is what they had to say before they take on the Dallas Cowboys this Sunday on the road:
CB Prince Amukamara
Hillsong United – ‘Aftermath’
RB Andre Brown
Drake – ‘Forever’
DE Adrian Tracy
KB – ‘Zone Out’
Giants Music Playlist vs. Redskins
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The views expressed in this article are not of the New York Football Giants but those of an independent Fantasy Expert.
Cam Newton QB Panthers
Last Week: 233 passing yards, 2 turnovers, TD
Newton’s second year has been a disappointment to say the least in both fantasy and in the National Football League standards. Though most of the Panthers’ problems have been linked to Newton, the lack of playmakers hasn’t helped his production in the least bit. With one of the best defenses in the league coming up on the schedule, I’m going to say Superman comes through as he did last year when he faced one of the most highly touted defenses in the league, rushing for 2 touchdowns, while throwing for another and passing for 374 yards. Risk=reward.
Robert Meachem WR Chargers
Last Game: 3 catches, 30 yards
Excluding Meachem’s Week 5 homecoming in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome (3 catches, 67 yards, 2 touchdowns), the former Tennessee Volunteer has yet to have another start that justifies him as a top 3 wideout for your team, that is until this week. Meachem will be facing a Browns secondary who has given up an average of 277 yards passing per game, ranking 26th in the league. With Joe Haden covering the likes of Malcolm Floyd, this should exploit the secondary just enough for Meachem to be something he has yet to show all year.
Alex Green RB Packers
Last Week: 35 rushing yards
Green has seen plenty of carries since Cedric Benson has been sidelined, totaling 53 carries in the past 3 weeks. Though his average in these games have been anything but noteworthy (3.1) on the year and
(1.8) last week, Green will try to improve on that when he has the task of playing the 29th ranked rush defense in Jacksonville, giving up an average of 147 yards per game. Add in the fact that the Packers should be ahead plenty into the 4th and running out the clock, Green could very well be the sleeper of the week.
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